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A Who’s Who of the Australian space sector, including astronauts, rocket scientists and engineers, are converging in Adelaide for the Defence SA and the Space Industry Association of South Australia Space Forum.
South Australia is celebrating a surge in cruise ship demand, exceeding the State Government’s 2020 targets - with no signs of slowing down.
South Australia will showcase its premium food and wine in the Republic of Korea this week, as part of a wider trade mission to North Asia including Japan and Taiwan.
Revitalising South Australia’s old and disused buildings will be the subject of an eight week public consultation.
An inland regional port at Leigh Creek will provide an integrated road and rail service from Adelaide to the Cooper Basin, reducing inbound freight costs and creating transport efficiencies.
Potential business migrants from countries including China, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei are taking part in a South Australian Government-led exploratory visit this week.
A new gold mine in the state’s Far North will generate about 40 jobs over a two to three year mine life.
A South Australian trade delegation in Japan will hold discussions about developing the state's space sector.
Every primary school in South Australia will have a minimum of one teacher with a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) specialisation by 2019.
The state’s leading steel fabricators will soon have a competitive edge when tendering for work in South Australia.